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a table topped with lots of different types of beads and other things on display in glass cases
The Treasures of Chatsworth House
Henry VIII's rosary, Chatsworth House
an old black and white photo of a woman in costume
Fripperies and Fobs
Hon. Mrs. Algernon Bourke, Devonshire House Ball, July 2, 1897
two people walking down a dirt road surrounded by tall trees and green leaves on both sides
The Chatsworth House in England. Where they Filmed Pride and Prejudice.
two pieces of paper with writing on them are laying next to each other and one piece has been torn off
Elizabethan letters, Chatsworth House, 2008
an ornate staircase with paintings on the ceiling
Chatsworth
Chatsworth House, Derbyshire
a white statue with flowers on her head and scarf draped over it's face
Reflections — Paul Darrol Walsh
The Veiled Vestal Virgin, by Raffaelle Monti An exquisite marble sculpture by Raffaelle Monti. The stone is transformed to diaphanous chiffon... an amazing carving, from one piece of stone. It is to be seen in the Oak room at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire. It was featured in the film version of "Pride and Prejudice".
an old painting of a woman in black and gold with a fur trimmed hat on her head
16th Century - Chatsworth house official website -Portrait of Elizabeth Hardwick ('Bess of Hardwick'), Countess of Shrewsbury (1520 - 1608)
a horse drawn carriage in front of an old building with people standing around it and onlookers
Chatsworth arrival
Louise, Duchess of Devonshire's 'Queen of Zenobia' Ball Gown for the Devonshire House Ball, 1897. Vintage, Paris, Historical Costume, Fancy Dress Design, Fancy Dresses
Duchess Louise's ball gown
Louise, Duchess of Devonshire's 'Queen of Zenobia' Ball Gown for the Devonshire House Ball, 1897.
an ornately decorated hall with checkered flooring and staircase leading to the second floor
Inside Chatsworth House
Chatsworth House, Edensor, Derbyshire, England. It was also featured in the 2008 film The Duchess
a painting of a man standing in front of a bookshelf
Right Honourable Edward William Spencer (1895–1950), 10th Duke of Devonshire | Art UK
Right Honourable Edward William Spencer (1895–1950), 10th Duke of Devonshire, 1950 by Oswald Birley (1880-1952) In this portrait the sitter is wearing the robes of the Order of the Garter, the highest chivalric order in the United Kingdom. He is standing in the library at Chatsworth House in Derbyshire, the country seat of the Dukes of Devonshire.
an old stone building sitting on top of a lush green hillside next to trees and bushes
The bridge opposite the maze at Chatsworth House Garden, you can go under or over, round or through this garden. So many interesting paths to take.
a man and woman standing next to a statue of a horse in front of a building
Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007
The Duke and Duchess of Devonshire view the sculpture Lion 2 by Ji Yong-Ho in the gardens of their home Chatsworth House